Biodata Winnie Mandela (Nelson Mandela’s Wife) Agama Keluarga, Biografi Profil Lengkap

Biodata Winnie Mandela (Nelson Mandela’s Wife) Agama Keluarga, Biografi Profil Lengkap

Winnie Mandela

Biodata
Nama Lengkap Nomzamo Winifred Zanyiwe Madikizela
Nama Panggilan Winnie, Mama Winnie, Mother of the Nation
Pekerjaan Activist, Politician
Political PartyAfrican National Congress (ANC)
Famous ForBeing wife of Nelson Mandela
Ukuran Bentuk Badan Profil Lengkap
Tinggi Badan dalam centimeter - 163 cm
dalam meter - 1.63 m
dalam Feet Inci - 5’ 4”
Berat Badan dalam Kilogram - 70 kg
dalam Pound - 154 lbs
Warna Mata Dark Brown
Warna Rambut Salt & Pepper
Kehidupan Pribadi
Tanggal Lahir26 September 1936
Tempat LahirBizana, Pondoland, South Africa
Meninggal Dunia2 April 2018
Tempat Meninggal DuniaNetcare Milpark Hospital in Johannesburg, South Africa
Age (at the time of death)81 Years
Penyebab Meninggal DuniaChronic illness
Bintang ZodiakLibra
Tanda TanganWinnie Mandela signature
KebangsaanSouth African
Alamat Tempat TinggalJohannesburg, South Africa
PendidikanShawbury High School, Qumbu
Jan H. Hofmeyr School of Social Work, Johannesburg
Perguruan Tinggi / UniversitasUniversity of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg
Kualifikasi PendidikanDegree in Social Work
Bachelor's degree in International Relations
Agama Christianity
EthnicityThembu (Xhosa)
Makanan KesukaanNon-Vegetarian
Alamat Tempat TinggalA bungalow in Soweto, Gauteng, South Africa
Winnie Mandela home in Soweto
HobiTravelling, Doing social work
Awards/Honours1984-Freedom of the City of Aberdeen Award
1988- United Nations Prize in the Field of Human Rights
2018- Doctor of Laws (LLD) degree by University Council and University Senate of Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda
Kontroversi• In 1986, she was accused of carrying a virtual terror atmosphere in certain areas of Soweto, along with the other members of the African National Congress (ANC) as she allegedly supported the practice of "necklacing" i.e. burning tyres around suspected informants' necks.
• In 1991, she was sentenced to 6 years' imprisonment for her role in the kidnapping and killing of a 14-year-old township militant Stompie Seipei on 1 January 1989. Later, her sentence was reduced to a fine.
• In 2003, she was convicted of multiple counts of bank fraud and theft as she was involved in various deals of false bank loans and funeral policies granted to poor people, and was sentenced to 5 years' imprisonment. Following her conviction, she resigned from all the positions that she held in the ANC. In July 2004, in an appeal, the Pretoria High Court stated that "the crimes were not committed for personal gain," but for her involvement in the fraud, she was suspended for three years and six months.
• In June 2007, the Canadian High Commission in South Africa refused to give her a visa to travel to Toronto, where she was supposed to visit a fundraising concert organized by 'MusicaNoir.'
Hubungan Pasangan Pacar Suami
Status PernikahanMenikah
PacarNelson Mandela (Former President of South Africa)
Tanggal MenikahJune 1958
Winnie Mandela and Nelson Mandela wedding pic
Family
Suami / PasanganNelson Mandela (m. 1958–div. 1996)
Winnie Mandela with Nelson Mandela
Anak-anakPutra - None
Daughters- Zindziswa Mandela
Winnie Mandela daughter Zindziswa Mandela
Zenani Mandela
Winnie Mandela daughter Zenani Mandela
Orang TuaAyah - Columbus (Teacher)
Ibu - Gertrude (Teacher)
SaudaraSaudara Laki laki - 1
Saudara Perempuan - 6

Winnie Mandela

Profil dan Biodata Winnie Mandela

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  • Winnie was born into a family of teachers and her father was a headmaster and mother, a domestic science teacher.
  • She had a broken childhood as after the death of her mother in 1945 in a prison, her family splintered and all her siblings were sent to live with different relatives.
  • Since childhood, she had the leadership skills as she was the head girl of her high school in Bizana.
  • After completing her schooling, she shifted to Johannesburg to study social work. Winnie Mandela in younger days
  • After she completed her degree in 1955, she was awarded a scholarship for further study in the U.S., but she denied the offer and chose to be a Black medical social worker at the Baragwanath Hospital in Johannesburg instead.
  • While she was working at the hospital, she developed an interested in politics after her research experiences in Alexandra Township.
  • She became a member of the African National Congress (ANC) in the mid-1950s.
  • In 1957, she met the already married Nelson Mandela. Though her father was against her marriage to Nelson due to their huge age difference of 18 years, she went against her family and the two married in 1958.
  • After marrying Nelson, she was formally called “Winnie Madikizela-Mandela.”
  • In 1958, she was arrested for being part of the protest against the then ruling British government that passed the legislation to African women, which compelled them to labor and live on terms of the white population.
  • In 1964, her husband was sentenced to life imprisonment for his political movements, after which she carried forward her husband’s fight and raised their daughters on her own.
  • While raising her daughters, she always had this fear of getting arrested by the police, so she decided to enroll her children in a boarding school in Swaziland.
  • She was frequently arrested by the South African government due to her political movements, where she was tortured, subjected to house arrest, and was under surveillance.
  • In the mid-1960s, she rose as opponent’s face of apartheid, during which she was exiled in Brandfort and was restricted to the area, but was allowed to see her husband at the prison on Robben Island.
  • In early 1970, she thought of committing suicide while she was spending her 18 months in solitary confinement at Pretoria Central Prison. Winnie Mandela in Jail
  • It is believed that she was the first black social worker in South Africa.
  • During the youth revolution of 1976, she founded the Black Women’s Federation and the Black Parents’ Association with an ideology to abolish all “White” values, for which she was detained.
  • In 1985, she had a narrow escape as her house was after burned, after which she shifted to Soweto and continued to fight against the government.
  • For all the struggle that she did for the rights of “Black”, she earned the title of “Mother of the Nation.”
  • In 2013, she released a book named ‘491 Days: Prisoner Number 1323/69’ that highlighted her experiences while spending 18 months in solitary confinement at Pretoria Central Prison. Winnie Mandela - 491 Days...Prisoner Number 1323-69
  • The same year, a drama film called ‘Winnie Mandela’ was released, which was based on Anne Marie du Preez Bezrob’s biography ‘Winnie Mandela: A Life.’
  • Even after divorce with Nelson Mandela, she kept his surname and was in touch with him, but he left no money for her in his will.

Biodata Winnie Mandela (Nelson Mandela’s Wife) Agama Keluarga, Biografi Profil Lengkap




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